The Derby Conference Centre is a Grade 2 listed 1930s Art Deco building offers an elegant entrance - sweeping staircase - famous sunken lounge and period features which transport visitors back to the 1930s. While combining its heritage with modern conference facilities the venue caters for a broad range of business and leisure guests. It includes an original Art Deco lecture theatre - 50 - AA 4 Star guest accommodation ensuite bedrooms- 150 seat restaurant - refurbished bar-lounge area - free WiFi - car parking and beautiful gardens which provide the perfect backdrop for either team building events or wedding photographs. The Derby Conference Centre is located 10 miles from the M1 Junction 25 and 20 minutes walk from Derby city centre ideally located with access by train - car and plane. Whether you are visiting Derby for business or relaxation Derby is a great destination for a taste of friendly city life. Here you can experience quality shopping in the new super shopping retail outlet - visit the old town which showcases a variety of fashion stores and restaurants as well as fascinating history and heritage - international cuisine and bustling night life. Originally the British Rail Training College - The Derby Conference Centre is a landmark in the city and has been deeply entwined with the national history of railways for more than 70 years. Travelling to the Hotel - From Derby Train Station A taxi from the station will cost around five pounds. By Foot On leaving the front of the station exit the car park and take the road to your left - Midland Road. Walk to the end of the road and turn left at the traffic lights onto London Road. Continue over the bridge and pass the RTC Business Park on your left. Continue on London Road up to the roundabout with B and Q on it. Go straight over the roundabout and The Derby Conference Centre is based immediately on your right through some wrought iron gates. Estimated walking time is 30 minutes.